西溪老翁Canadian Museum of Civilization
The Canadian Museum of Civilization is also a museum of Canadian history. The museum introduces the humanities and history of North America over a thousand years. It is the most visited museum in Canada. The exterior of the museum adopts a unique modern design and smooth wave curves, which can stimulate the creativity and imagination of visitors. Behind the museum, you can overlook the Capitol and the St. Lawrence River. The scenery is very beautiful.
130***97An hour’s drive from Old Quebec. Because it was a weekend, there were so many cars. We arrived at nine o'clock and the parking lot was full, so we could only park on the side of the road.
The park needs to buy tickets, not per person per vehicle, and per person with tax of 8.75 Canadian dollars. Many locals come here to hike and boat.
The park is very large, and there are free shuttle buses to distant attractions. We wanted to see a waterfall nearby, and we hadn't arrived after two hours of walking along the mountain trail according to the instructions. After asking the locals on foot, we had to walk for another hour, but we had to give up.
Although I didn't see the waterfall, the autumn scenery of the park is really beautiful. I like the mountains and water here, the air here, and the autumn here.
小思文The National Gallery of Canada is a very delicate place, the art works of the gallery is quite a lot, you can enjoy a lot of art works here, the interior of the gallery is also quite large, the art style of this place is very mysterious, can see a lot.
M25***40The Governor-General of Canada is the official residence of the Governor-General of Canada. It is free and there are English and French guides every day. This is a very unique place and there are many beautiful places to explore. I highly recommend visiting here because you can learn a lot and you will miss a lot if you don't come. We were also impressed by the garden here.
Chef Marysol Foucault delights Ottawans and Gatineauois with a three-pronged combo of exceptional baked goods, lunches, and brunches on a quiet residential street in Gatineau. Crowds queue for dishes like her souffle-on-the-outside, flan-on-the-inside Dutch baby with slow-cooked pork belly, aged cheddar, and apple, which is both homey and inventive. Be prepared to wait unless you arrive early or late, as the facility is modest, reflecting Foucault's belief that great food may come in small containers.